I am happy to let you know of the first confirmed sessions for the upcoming Desktop to Cloud day on the 18th of May, 2013. These sessions are:
– Building an Internet site using Office 365 – Ishai Sagi
In this session, SharePoint MVP and SharePoint books Author Ishai Sagi will build an internet site using Office 365, from scratch. Come and see how you can build one for your clients – without the need of coding knowledge.
– Hybrid Solutions with Microsoft Online Services – Mark O’Shea
Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater when moving to the world of online services. While you may be constantly exposed to messages about moving to the cloud, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you should remove all on premise servers in your goal to get the best possible cloud solutions. In this session you will see how you can leverage your existing infrastructure during migration to online services, and how it can provide long term benefits to your cloud capabilities.
– Going to the cloud with SkyDrive – Robert Crane
Just exactly how can Microsoft SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro in Office 365 help you business be more efficient? This session will help you to understand the differences between SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro as well as all of the features of each. Most importantly it will show you the tips and tricks you need with each product to really make the most of these services for your business.
As more sessions and speakers are confirmed I’ll post them here and on the Desktop to Cloud day page.
If you are interested in the event you can find more details, including registration at:
Super Earlybird entry is still available for only $22 for the whole event, so please take time to register now as places are expected to start filling fast as we approach the date.
Look out for more details of the event coming soon.
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How can we use cloud system in our systems? Is there any authority required for that?Cloud desktop
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You can use the cloud basically to offload a lot of stuff you maybe using an in house server, for example sharing files and emails. Doing so allows these services to be accessed anywhere and you don't have to maintain the equipment in house. It also allows to pay only for what you need.There are plenty of options for all sorts of IT systems (i.e. email, collaboration, CRM, etc).So you have any specific needs?